GOT A GREAT ACCOUNTANT?
DON’T KEEP IT A SECRET
YOU GET A 10% DISCOUNT ON YOUR BILL
FOR EVERY CLIENT YOU REFER
REFER A FRIEND TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This Refer a Friend Offer is open to existing Turas Accountants clients (“you”) and is subject to the terms and conditions set out below.
If you refer a friend (“New Client”) and they become a client of Turas Accountants Ltd (“us”, “our”, “we”), you shall be entitled to receive a 10% discount on your annual accountancy package fee as set out below subject to these terms and conditions (“The Reward”).
In order for you to be eligible to receive this Reward, the New Client must:
• Have paid three monthly direct debit payments and must still be a client of Turas Accountants;
• You must not have any outstanding fees and must still be a client of Turas Accountants.
The Reward is a 10% reduction and will commence the month after we have received the third direct debit payment from the New Client.
Please note that you will only be entitled to receive a Reward when we deem that the Eligibility Criteria set out above has been met and subject to the Conditions set out below. We reserve the right, at our sole discretion, to determine whether you qualify for the Offer and our decision is final.
It is a condition of this Offer that the New Client has not been a client of Turas Accountants for a period of 2 years prior to the date of the referral. If the New Client has been engaged with Turas Accountants within 2 years prior to the referral, we have the right to withdraw the Offer and the Reward will not be made available.
The total discount obtainable is 100%. If the total discount calculated through The Reward is greater than 100% the discount will be carried forward into the following 12-month period.
We reserve the right to withdraw and/or amend this Offer as necessary
This Offer is available only to persons who can form legally binding contract under English law. In addition, the Offer is not available to individuals under the age of 18.
This Offer is run in accordance with, and will be governed by, the laws of England.